Warrants are used in some cases but not in other's

Oct 13th, 2014
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For this week's individual work, we will explore the use of search warrants in investigations. A search warrant is an order signed by a judge that authorizes police officers to search for specific objects or materials at a specific location and at a specific time.

  • Why can warrants be used in some cases, but not in others? Fully explain your response.

Your response should be 1 to 2 pages, Times New Roman, 12pt font, double-spaced, and include citations for your references (if applicable). 

For citation guidelines, please refer to the table in the APA Style section of the syllabus.

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